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Breakfast & Dessert: Raspberry and Peach Crumble Recipe

Don’t you just love a recipe that can pull double duty? Or the ones that make great leftovers? For me a great leftover recipe is a dish that you can transform into something else.


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Look, Ma: No Cheese! Vegan Pesto Recipe

This is a recipe for a classic pesto, with a twist. Fun fact, here in America, the term pesto refers to the recipe.


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Brooklyn's Cozinha Latina Does Brazilian Food Right

Add another great restaurant to the food goings-on in trendy Greenpoint, Brooklyn.


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Fast & Portable: Stovetop Granola Recipe

Granola over the stove it is probably the easiest way to prepare it. You do not need a tray, parchment paper, or a silicon mat. The only thing you need is a generous sized skillet, your stove, and a spatula.


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The Triple Threat: Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Southern Sabores
Triple Threat: Modern Latin Recipes by Chef Anthony Lamas

Question: What do you get when you combine Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Southern sabores? 

Answer: Award-winning cuisine by Chef Anthony Lamas.


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Vegan Dreams: Creamy Cauliflower Soup with Dijon Croutons

When I was young, I wasn't a soup lover. I remember getting back from school super hungry and my mom always had dinner served. For me and my younger brothers it was always the same routine.


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Seeing Red: Tomato and Roasted Red Bell Pepper Soup

I just love soups, they're amazing and comforting, and they're the perfect meal to get home to in the fall and cool weather. 


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Farm Fresh: Sopa de MIlpa Recipe

Milpas are traditional Mexican vegetable parcels. The word milpa comes from the Nahuatl tongue and it refers to a piece of land that is planted with specific types of vegetables.


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Meet Your New Fave Midweek Meal: Mexican Stir-Fry (aka Discada)

Discada is a typical northern Mexican dish that has its beginnings in the fields, where laborers plowed the land prior to seeding the fields. The story tells of a man who was behind in his work and did not want to go home to eat or he would never finish his chores.


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What a Pickle: Chiles and Vegetables Escabeche Recipe

Pickling food by mixing with vinegar has been a method of preservation for thousands of years. Vinegar is an acid and it prevents bacteria from forming in food. In the age before refrigeration, mixing food with vinegar was a perfect way to preserve food.


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